1958
Northridge, CA

School Details

California State University-Northridge has grown exponentially since its inception in 1958, when its first students were taught out of portable classrooms on former agricultural land and the school was known as San Fernando Valley State College. Today, CSUN is recognized as the second-largest public master’s university in the country. The university graduates more than 11,000 students each year who go on to become leaders in industries as varied as technology, entertainment, business, education, arts, health, and science

CSUN was one of the nation’s early providers of online education, launching a virtual program in 1999. The school’s experience and technical capabilities ensure that each online course is user friendly, academically rigorous, and aligned with current market demands. Graduates will have the advanced skills and knowledge necessary to grow their career, benefit their organization, or enter a new profession.

Benefits of an online education with California State University-Northridge:

  • Live class sessions
  • On-demand access to course materials
  • Daily networking opportunities
  • Personal, ongoing support
  • Courses designed and taught by industry experts

Accreditation & Licensing

California State University-Northridge is accredited by:

WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)

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